BC PPE Online Course: Ace the APEGBC PPE
Your step-by-step learning companion with lots of practice & full solutions
Next Professional Practical Exam (PPE) in B.C.: June 5-7, 2017
$399, $174 or $99
Or start with free cheat sheet
Format: On-demand online step-by-step course
Skill level: All levels
- 4 to 12 months of access
- Pass Guarantee or 100% refund
- Unlimited attempts of practice questions
- 110 to 200+ practice MCQ with full solutions
- Up to 12 essay questions with full solutions
- Much more
About the BC PPE Total Prep Course
Using a variety of learning methods, this course will build your foundation of knowledge on ethics, law and professional practice topics.
In fact, the entire 47 syllabus topics are covered under the 7 major categories:
- A. Professionalism (10%) - all 5 sub-topics covered
- B. Ethics (20%) - all 5 sub-topics covered
- C. Professional Practice (27%) - all 8 sub-topics covered
- D. Communication (1%) - all 3 sub-topics covered
- E. Law for Professional Practice (23%) - all 13 sub-topics covered
- F. Professional Law (8%) - all 5 sub-topics covered
- G. Regulation & Discipline Processes (11%) - all 8 sub-topics covered
In the course, you will learn each topic as you move through the 8-steps. Flashcards, a cheat sheet, video presentations, a quiz and a bank of practice questions are available to you to help you learn the content in different ways.
This proven method of teaching produces much higher information retention rates compared to the exam writer who tries to self-study the material.
What are the requirements?
Each student needs an internet connection and a computer. Owning the law and ethics textbooks is also strongly recommended as I refer to them in the course constantly.
What am I going to learn from this course?
You will understand all 47 syllabus topics that relate to your BC PPE and be better prepared to pass your exam. Since the exam simulator will mark your practice multiple-choice exam and give you a score and feedback, you'll know right away the topics that you understand and those that you need to focus more time on. You can also compare your essay answers to my full solutions.
Who should take this course?
This course is for anyone who would like a more efficient way of preparing for their Professional Practice Exam (PPE) with APEGBC.
Regrettably, APEGBC doesn't release sample/old exams for practising (as this would require a lot of extra work to come up with new questions 5 times a year). Luckily, we are independent of APEGBC and we have developed our own practice questions based on the exam scope and syllabus.
The BC PPE Total Prep Course comes complete with:
- A step-by-step study process
- Access to our flashcard generator to speed up definition comprehension on over 70 key terms
- Video lessons for every 47 syllabus topics
- Guidance on how to answer the essay question
- Up to 200+ multiple choice questions & 12 essay questions (with full solutions)
- What to expect in the exam room; what you can bring in; what you will be given
- Continually updated content
- Updated to reflect the new 3.5-hour computer-based format
- 100% money back guarantee if you don't pass the PPE on your next try.
Note: Get started right away! Following checkout, you'll get instant access to your course. Even at 2 a.m. in the morning.
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Instructor - Who is behind the BC PPE Total Prep Course?
My name is Gavin and I've created the BC PPE Total Prep Course to help aspiring professional engineers answer the questions: Where do I start studying? and Am I ready for this exam? In this guide, I've laid out a proven study method that will hold your hand step-by-step towards a passing grade. I've included well-researched information on the syllabus, handy checklists & cheat sheets and a bank of questions that will prepare you well.
By giving exam writers lots of practice doing mock exams that mimic the exam format and difficulty, you are able to easily identify any areas where you need to focus more study effort.
I've worked in the construction industry for 9 years and has been published in several magazines including Construction Canada Magazine. In 2012, I volunteered with Engineers Canada to help it develop a new system for reporting engineering work experience. I am a P.Eng. in Alberta and you can connect with me by joining our Facebook group or by contacting us.